Tired of typing messages and running iOS 10? Now that won’t be a problem thanks to Siri. Siri will now help iPhone users send WhatsApp messages.
Now Siri Allows iPhone Users to Send WhatsApp Messages
On Thursday, the Facebook-owned messaging service, WhatsApp pushed out an update for its users. Thus becoming one of the first corporations to make use of iOS 10’s support for third-party Siri incorporation.
Now you can ask Siri to send WhatsApp messages or start WhatsApp calls for you. As soon as you get it to work, a window will come up with a preview of the message so you can check that Siri hasn’t misunderstood you.
The new form of WhatsApp also allows you answer Siri calls from your lock screen. While a new lock screen widget lets you jump to latest chats and unread messages. You can also now tap on the screen to shift between the front and rear cameras.
The latest version of WhatsApp is available to download from the App Store now. To make use of the app’s new functionality you’ll need to be running iOS 10.
Though WhatsApp isn’t the only firm that’s been fast to scorch Siri functionality into their apps. Uber, for instance, has elevated its iOS app so you can now ask Apple’s digital associate to order you a taxi. Whereas fitness app Runtastic now permits you start and control activities using Siri.